Opening Reception: July 14 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Performance of exhibition: July 21 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Doppler Effect is about portals and labyrinths. It explores circular time and repetitive thoughts in the face of unending crisis and environmental catastrophe. There is salt boiled from ocean water and large drawings created using charcoal foraged from fire damaged areas. Sound works layer and overlap, creating texture and pattern. Dancers act as mediums drawing remote voices into the room. It is a geological study in time and motion and the ritual of being in more than one place at once.
Jazmyn Crosby is an interdisciplinary artist whose work investigates transmission and the environment. Born and raised in New Mexico, Jazmyn lives in Philadelphia where she received her MFA from the Tyler School of Art and Architecture. She got her BFA from the University of New Mexico. Jazmyn is an educator, an event facilitator, and creates music under the name Glitter Vomit. She is a founding member of Graft Gallery/Collective and is a current member at Practice Gallery. She is an adjunct instructor at the Tyler School of art and Architecture, Moore College of Art and Design, The University of Delaware, and Kutztown University.
She has exhibited her work extensively through group and solo exhibitions in many cities including; Albuquerque, Montreal, Long Beach, Philadelphia, Prague, and New York. Exhibition venues include the Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum, Santa Fe Center for the Contemporary Arts, 516 Arts, Icebox Project Space, Amos Eno Gallery and The Cherry Street Pier. Awards and residencies include; Artist and residency through Conversations in Contemporary Art sponsored by Concordia University, Artist in residence at Pink Noise Projects, and grants obtained through the Fulcrum Fund and Somos ABQ.
The Act of Appearing Nina Fonoroff, Miche Mellor, Susan DeLeo, Beth Hansen
Opening Reception: July 21, 5:00pm to 8:00pm Open Hours: July 28, 7:00pm to 10:00pm Closing Reception: August 4, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Lightness, glimpses, portals and windows, liminal states catalyzed by the natural world, visions, presence and absence, and the process by which appearances become substantial. A collaborative installation of moving image and mixed media art by Nina Fonoroff, Miche Mellor, Beth Hansen, and Susan DeLeo.